Robert R. Muntz Library

Jeanne R. Standley, Executive Director

The University of Texas at Tyler Library supports the University’s goals of excellence in teaching, research, and public service. As an essential academic unit, the Library serves as a center of discovery, exchange, and advancement of ideas.

The Robert R. Muntz Library provides access to thousands of digital books and a wide variety of electronic databases and periodicals. Students, faculty and staff, regardless of location, have access to online library resources and services. The physical library includes an array of print materials; a coffee shop, The Study Grounds; computers for student use, and Patriot Printing. The University Archives and Special Collections Department houses rare books, artifacts, and archival collections about the history of UT Tyler and East Texas.

The skillful, service-oriented library staff provides assistance to our users with their research and information needs. The Library Outreach Department offers educational programs, events, and exhibits, many of which are collaborative and/or supportive of activities taking place at the University.

The library provides an environment conducive to study and collaboration throughout the building and in the gardens.